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Friday 03 March 2017

Commencing at 11:00am

Bedford Auction Centre

Viewing

Thursday 2nd March – 9am to 6pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

Approximately 150 lots of silver including various items of Flatware; Object d’Art; Snuff boxes; Vinaigrettes; Vesta cases; Cigarette & Patch boxes; Tea & Coffee sets; Vanity sets; Cruets; Salvers; Indian silver items and more.

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This selection of items forms a part of our March Antiques & Collectors Items sale.

To find out more about this auction click ‘Auction & Catalogue Details’ above.

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FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED

Recent Highlights in Antique & Collectable Auctions

A Jaeger-LeCoultre 'Atmos' clock, the cream dial with Roman numerals and a visable escapement within a gilt metal five glass case, h. 22.8 cm, together with the box and documentation

Sold for £1100

A gentleman's stainless steel cased 'Sea-Dweller' chronometer automatic wristwatch by Rolex, the black dial with date aperture within a rotating bezel on a bracelet strap, with box and papers, Model No: 16600, Serial No: 0394717,
Year Manufactured: 2005

Sold for £3900

A mid 19th century Swiss music box, by Lecoultre & Falconnet as marked twice to comb, with brass engraved plaque to inside naming overtures by Bellini, Auber and two by Rossini, retailed by Grohe, Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square London, No. 781, the sidfe panel having three pegs with options Same/Change,Stop/Play, and Release/ Extra Stop 60x24x16.5cm

Sold for £31500

A Leica M4 DBP camera body serial No. 1180 476, together with three Leitz lenses (Elmar 1:2.8/50, Elmar 1:35/65, and Elmarit 1:2.8/90) in a black case, together with a boxed Leica Beoon, and a boxed Leitz 16556 and a loose Visoflex (qty)

Sold for £2200

Dr Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe Pottery, a vase of tubular moon flask form with a central pierced foliate roundel, impressed facsimile signature incised CP stamped 42, h. 22 cm

Sold for £800

A rare early 19th century Black Forest automata and organ longcase clock, the walnut and parcel gilt hood surmounted by a royal blue armorial crest over a neo-classical oil depicting the rescue of a storm-stranded maiden and enclosing the fusee movement and cylinder which operates the bellows to play eight songs, the pair of chirping and turning yellow birds with opening beaks back-set by an oil depicting a Mediterranean villa, the enamelled clock face with Roman numerals, within an associated mahogany case, h. 228 cm, w. 70 cm, d. 45 cm

Sold for £4800

An early 18th century walnut herringbone line inlaid and cross banded bureau, the fall front enclosing fitted interior with concave drawers over two short and three long drawers on bracket feet. h. 100 cm, w. 101 cm, d. 56 cm

Sold for £3400

A gold 20 dollar coin dated 1908, 33.4 gms

Sold for £870

McCarthy J. H.: A collection of the writer's hand-written diaries, in various formats, for each year from 1886 - 1935. (Individual Diaries for the years 1878, 1880, 1882, 1890, 1894, 1895, & 1933 are not present). Entries include references to accounts of excursions abroad, visits to Galleries, dictation of his work, practise with an air pistol, books bought and read, Theatre outings, visits to a wide range of UK locations, visits to Publishers including Chatto & Kegan Paul, House of Commons, Meetings of the Dramatists' Club, meetings with various celebrities including - Walter Crane, George Meredith, Jerome and Pinero, monetary matters and a wide range of other activities. Some of the entries are very brief, others more extensive. Overall, a wide ranging biographical, literary and historical archive of potential interest to a range of research specialists in a number of fields. Together with a small collection of other miscellaneous note books.

Sold for £1600

An early 19th century silver and parcel gilt mounted turtle`s carapasse for use as a table snuff, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1827,
l. 10.5 cm

Sold for £2500

A set of eight George III and later mahogany and upholstered dining chairs, including two carvers, with swag decorated back rails on square straight legs joined by stretchers

Sold for £1050

A Chinese celadon crackle glaze dish of oval form on four feet, gilt script to base, w. 21.5 cm

Sold for £1700

A yellow metal ring set centrally with two old cut diamonds and two pear shaped rubies within rubover settings on a reeded mount, ring size P, 3.2 gms

Sold for £1700

A 19th century Baker rifle style eighteen bore flintlock carbine rife, with brass fittings, brass tipped metal ram rod, folding leaf rearsight, raised cheek piece and checkered grip, with bayonet clip, barrel length 79cm

Sold for £1500

A Chinese figure modelled as a seated Buddha decorated in yellow and blue enamels, on a hardwood base, h. 23.5 cm

Sold for £800

18th Century School,
a study of French ships in a stormy sea off of a pier,
oil on canvas,
42.5 x 66.5 cm, framed

Sold for £800

A George II mahogany bachelors chest of drawers, the moulded top over brushing slide above four graduated drawers with original handles, on bracket feet. h. 78 cm, w. 76 cm,
d. 47 cm

Sold for £1400

An Indian yellow metal necklace set bone, turquoise, pearl and synthetic polished gemstones within leaf and teardrop shaped settings suspended on a facet cut chain, overall 39.5 gms

Sold for £800

A Regency-type mahogany 'Johnson' extending table, the circular surface with five leaves fitting around exterior on four turned supports joined by a circular stretcher on splayed feet, max. d. 182.5 cm, with a fitted box holding the leaves

Sold for £1200

A late 19th century continental yellow metal and enamel decorated novelty pocket watch in the form of a stringed instrument, the white enamelled dial with black Roman numerals having a fusee movement with verge escapement

Sold for £2000

Recent Highlights in Bedford Auction Centre

A Jaeger-LeCoultre 'Atmos' clock, the cream dial with Roman numerals and a visable escapement within a gilt metal five glass case, h. 22.8 cm, together with the box and documentation

Sold for £1100

An Indian yellow metal necklace set bone, turquoise, pearl and synthetic polished gemstones within leaf and teardrop shaped settings suspended on a facet cut chain, overall 39.5 gms

Sold for £800

A Regency-type mahogany 'Johnson' extending table, the circular surface with five leaves fitting around exterior on four turned supports joined by a circular stretcher on splayed feet, max. d. 182.5 cm, with a fitted box holding the leaves

Sold for £1200

A late 19th century continental yellow metal and enamel decorated novelty pocket watch in the form of a stringed instrument, the white enamelled dial with black Roman numerals having a fusee movement with verge escapement

Sold for £2000

An early 18th century-style two seater sofa, the upholstered seat and back supported by satin walnut arms and cabriole feet

Sold for £480

A Liberty & Co. mantle clock, the Tudric pewter hammered case of domed form with bun feet, the copper and enamelled face with Roman numerals, stamped marks to base and numbered '01346', h. 16 cm

Sold for £650

A Chinese 'Tael' ingot of circular form, stamped '1000' and with Chinese characters, d. 3.5 cm, 37.4 gms

Sold for £915

Henry John Sylvester Stannard
(1870-1951),
'The New Kitten',
signed,
watercolour,
35 x 51 cm

Sold for £720

A George I secretaire-chest and cabinet, stained in the 'Mulberry' manner, bearing the label G. Coxed and T. Woster, h. 180 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 57 cm

Sold for £26000

A French 19th century rosewood, kingwood crossbanded, mother of pearl and boulle work bookcase cabinet, the shelves enclosed by two glazed doors, over a drawer and two solid doors decorated with two-headed eagles, the pediment surmounted by a pair of half-spherical finials, on a plinth base, w. 114 cm

Sold for £3500

A set of eight George III and later mahogany and upholstered dining chairs, including two carvers, with swag decorated back rails on square straight legs joined by stretchers

Sold for £1050

A Chinese celadon crackle glaze dish of oval form on four feet, gilt script to base, w. 21.5 cm

Sold for £1700

A gold 20 dollar coin dated 1908, 33.4 gms

Sold for £870

McCarthy J. H.: A collection of the writer's hand-written diaries, in various formats, for each year from 1886 - 1935. (Individual Diaries for the years 1878, 1880, 1882, 1890, 1894, 1895, & 1933 are not present). Entries include references to accounts of excursions abroad, visits to Galleries, dictation of his work, practise with an air pistol, books bought and read, Theatre outings, visits to a wide range of UK locations, visits to Publishers including Chatto & Kegan Paul, House of Commons, Meetings of the Dramatists' Club, meetings with various celebrities including - Walter Crane, George Meredith, Jerome and Pinero, monetary matters and a wide range of other activities. Some of the entries are very brief, others more extensive. Overall, a wide ranging biographical, literary and historical archive of potential interest to a range of research specialists in a number of fields. Together with a small collection of other miscellaneous note books.

Sold for £1600

An early 19th century silver and parcel gilt mounted turtle`s carapasse for use as a table snuff, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1827,
l. 10.5 cm

Sold for £2500

An 18th century-style walnut bijouterie cabinet, the glazed surface on four cabriole legs joined by a cross stretcher on ball and claw feet,
w. 76 cm

Sold for £500

A 19th century mantle clock, the movement striking on a gong with a Westminster chime, the gilt dial with silvered chapter ring within an ormolu mounted ebonised case of architectural form surmounted by acorn finials, h. 42 cm

Sold for £750

A Japanese Meiji period ivory and Shibayama inlaid okimono modelled as a marrow, signed, l. 13 cm

Sold for £1000

A Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson oak nest of three tables on octagonal legs with the mouse signature, max. w. 60 cm

Sold for £740

A vintage motor racing helmet with a cork interior and leather lining together with associated strap and wiring

Sold for £320

Recent Highlights in Specialist Auctions

A gentleman's stainless steel cased 'Sea-Dweller' chronometer automatic wristwatch by Rolex, the black dial with date aperture within a rotating bezel on a bracelet strap, with box and papers, Model No: 16600, Serial No: 0394717,
Year Manufactured: 2005

Sold for £3900

An Indian yellow metal necklace set bone, turquoise, pearl and synthetic polished gemstones within leaf and teardrop shaped settings suspended on a facet cut chain, overall 39.5 gms

Sold for £800

McCarthy J. H.: A collection of the writer's hand-written diaries, in various formats, for each year from 1886 - 1935. (Individual Diaries for the years 1878, 1880, 1882, 1890, 1894, 1895, & 1933 are not present). Entries include references to accounts of excursions abroad, visits to Galleries, dictation of his work, practise with an air pistol, books bought and read, Theatre outings, visits to a wide range of UK locations, visits to Publishers including Chatto & Kegan Paul, House of Commons, Meetings of the Dramatists' Club, meetings with various celebrities including - Walter Crane, George Meredith, Jerome and Pinero, monetary matters and a wide range of other activities. Some of the entries are very brief, others more extensive. Overall, a wide ranging biographical, literary and historical archive of potential interest to a range of research specialists in a number of fields. Together with a small collection of other miscellaneous note books.

Sold for £1600

A 1970's Danish dining suite by Erik Buch including a teak extending dining table, the two leaves resting on runners either end of the centre on tapering legs, max. l. 194 cm, together with a set of six Danish teak and black vinyl dining chairs

Sold for £550

John and Sylvia Reid for Stag, an 'S Range' teak sideboard, the two doors beside four drawers on V-form legs, l. 137 cm

Sold for £950

Peter Hvidt for France and Son, a teak two tier corner table, the top section cut-away to reveal the wickerwork below, on circular tapering legs, w. 78 cm

Sold for £420

A 1970's Danish tan leather three seater sofa on square straight feet in the manner of Borge Mogensen

Sold for £340

A 1960's rosewood and crossbanded extending dining table with two fitted bi-fold leaves on two supports with T-shape feet, max. l. 210 cm

Sold for £600

A bottle of The Glenlivet Cellar Collection 30yr old American Oak Finish Single Malt Scotch Whisky bottled in 2001 Sample Code 2LGF901 with wooden presentation box 70cl 48%

Sold for £420

A bottle of The Macallan 18yr old Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky distilled in 1978 and bottled in 1996 70cl 43%

Sold for £1100

A 19th century elm seated child's Windsor armchair, h. 66 cm

Sold for £410

A yellow metal ring set centrally with two old cut diamonds and two pear shaped rubies within rubover settings on a reeded mount, ring size P, 3.2 gms

Sold for £1700

A gold 20 dollar coin dated 1908, 33.4 gms

Sold for £870

Tracey Emin R.A. (b.1963),'Grand Hotel I' and 'Grand Hotel II',signed in pencil and dated 2016,polymer gravure print,44 x 54 cm each CONDITION REPORT: Unframed, see images. Grand Hotel I 2/100. Grand Hotel II 3/100.

Sold for £750

Dieter Rams for Braun, an SK4 'Snow White's Coffin' record player with detached speaker

Sold for £340

Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia, a pair of 'George' armchairs in blue with chromed tubular frames

Sold for £440

Karl Erik Ekselius for JOC Mobler, a pair of 1960's Swedish cherrywood and upholstered armchairs

Sold for £420

Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti, a pair of 'Calder' low square coffee tables, the high gloss surfaces in a zebrano wood finish on aluminium frames, w. 60 cm

Sold for £600

Two bottles of Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2003 Pauillac 75cl, another highly rated vintage.

Sold for £660

A bottle of Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2000 Pauillac Premier Cru Classe from a First Growth and in a gold decorated bottle 75cl

Sold for £800